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Choosing a Digital Recorder for Podcasting | The Podcraft Podcast S11 E2

Hosted by: Colin Gray

Colin has been teaching people how to podcast since 2007. He's worked with Universities, businesses and hobbyists alike. He started The Podcast Host to share his experience and to help as many people as possible get into Podcasting. He runs Podcraft, to spread the art of podcasting, and does the Mountain Bikes Apart podcast whenever he can. Who doesn't like to talk bikes, after all!

In this episode we’ll cover why you might want to use a digital recorder in your podcasting efforts, and how to choose the best one for you.

We’ve discussed digital recorders in the past, and in fact you can find  current definitive guide here: The Best Digital Podcast Recorders on the Market. This episode discusses the very same stuff with a little extra detail.

We'll cover:

Why Might you Need a Digital Recorder for Podcasting?

  • Mobile recording – capture an interview any time, any place
  • Risk mitigation – avoid recording to a computer and the crash risk that poses
  • Backup – Record to Digitial Recorder PLUS PC for the best of both worlds

What Digital Recorder Should I Buy?

Each option depends on your own unique situation, show format, and budget.

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Discussion:

2 Comments

  1. Bob R on 19th July 2015 at 1:34 am

    Just picked up a Zoom H5. Very nice quality sound and build. Love the physical gain knobs and speaking of gain, it has enough to power the Heil PR-40.

  2. Matthew on 3rd September 2015 at 9:04 am

    They are great pieces of kit Bob, how are you getting on with yours?

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Written by:

Colin Gray

Colin has been teaching people how to podcast since 2007. He's worked with Universities, businesses and hobbyists alike. He started The Podcast Host to share his experience and to help as many people as possible get into Podcasting. He runs Podcraft, to spread the art of podcasting, and does the Mountain Bikes Apart podcast whenever he can. Who doesn't like to talk bikes, after all!

March 20th 2019